University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639
The University of Northern Colorado is a small public university, now in its second century, which offers students a prized balance between personal contact, a wide range of cultural, social and intellectural opportunities, and an emphasis on quality instruction, public service, and focused research.
UNC offers 70 master's, three educational specialist and 29 doctoral degree program options, as well as post-baccalaureate teacher and professional educator licensure programs.
The University of Northern Colorado is located in Greeley, a community of 66,000, situated an hour east of the Rocky Mountains and northeast of metropolitan Denver. The climate is temperate and dry with sunny days and cool nights.
About twelve percent of the student body are minorities. Cultural resources available include the campus cultural centers for African-American, Hispanic, and International students, organized minority student organizations, and ethnic cultural events, symposia and visitors.
Financial assistance for graduate students at UNC includes fellowships, scholarships, grants, loans, and assistantships. Most such awards are made either through the Office of Student Financial resources or the academic program to which the student is admitted. The Graduate School also offers some fellowships to qualified ethnic minority students.
Graduate programs are supported by excellent library, computing and research resources. Graduate students often serve as research or teaching assistants. Many programs offer practical experiences through course assignments, practica or internships.